Auxiliary’s thrift shop tries to raise ‘more than is needed’

The Superfluity Thrift Shop, part of the Peace Arch Hospital Auxiliary Society, has been doing business in White Rock for 68 years.

The proceeds from our sales have allowed the auxiliary to support the hospital by purchasing much needed equipment and by providing services to both acute and residential care.

Our first location on Vidal Street was in an old cottage donated by doctors Thomas Blades and Alan Hogg and lawyer G.B.W. Fraser.

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AUXILIARY NOTES: 68 years of helping Peace Arch hospital

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